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Saxon is a brand with a Dutch owner. A very well-known brand among the Squash Nederland Centers, which has made reliable squash rackets for many years.
The founder of Saxon "Scipio van der Schoot" continues with his slogan:
'Refuse to lose'.
Saxon has a strong position in the squash racket market in the Benelux and Poland. Saxon has been known for its reliable squash rackets for years.
Saxon squash racket series
The Saxon S-Series of the squash racket line contains a number of squash rackets in different weights and balance points. Including the very popular Saxon S110 and Saxon S115. These squash rackets have been very popular with both recreational and tournament / competition players for years.
The current version of the S-Line squash rackets is made of "micro resin" (which is a kind of glue) and penetrates deeper into the graphite fibers, making the material stronger.
By using this new technology, we have succeeded in reducing the weight and still produce a durable squash racket.
The Saxon C2 and Saxon C4 have been a success for many years and are very popular among many competition players. Produced in a factory in Taiwan (one of the few factories outside of China). Here the "Brainwave Reflex Fiber" is used.
This is a high-quality braided graphite fiber combined with the latest fiber and resin (a kind of glue) types. This creates a very strong homogeneous frame with extra high shock absorbing properties.
Brainwave is a "self-thinking" material that makes the squash racket stiffer at a higher load and more flexible at a lower load. This results in an excellent ball control.
The squash rackets are produced with high modulus graphite in combination with micro resin. This creates an in-depth connection between graphite and resin, creating a stronger and more stable frame.
Saxon Squash racket cover
None of the Saxon squash rackets comes with a cover. This can be ordered separately if desired.